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I hate to say it, but you may have to recreate the font using a close relative. Perhaps one of these would serve? http://www.fontspring.com/matcherator?matcherator_img=b2a185c0c441b1b0ce60e16746aab5a7#scroll_to_matches


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It would appear that basically Adobe Edge Web Fonts is a free version of TypeKit. TypeKit is a fantastic typeface solution for the web. I use it on many sites. The service does not cost much and has an incredibly selection. Some may find it odd that I will start a new web project with the typeface. I want to find a typeface or pair typefaces with that ...


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Yes, this is correct. Adobe Edge Web Fonts is a free service from Adobe, an "open"-like equivalent for Typekit. It uses the same structure and works the same way, but it's free. However, fonts available there are usually lower quality or very well-known open license type families.


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Just to get this off the unanswered list, and since my comment appears to have been useful: Most of the actual typographical requirements listed in this question will be matched by most fonts on the market; there are just one or two deal-breakers that are largely type-dependent: Serif fonts rarely have single-storey g’s (except sometimes as an alternate) ...


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There aren't enough characters to make the best assessment of the font. But tools such as the following may get you very close: WhatTheFont Identifont Try ignoring the shadow as it may or may not be part of the font family.



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